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the latest from republican senator john mccain, and obama supporter mayor rahm emanuel of chicago. plus analysis from ruth marcus of the "washington post." mark leibovich of the "new york times magazine." bob shrum of the the "daily beast." john fund of the "national review." and cbs news political director, john dickerson. here comes the storm because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning again. welcome to "face the nation." and if there were not enough political and weather news, add this-- an earthquake that measures a magnitude of 7.7 has taken place off the coast of western canada. no injuries or damage reported so far there. so we're going to start with the big storm up the east coast of the united states, hurricane sandy. for that, we go to chief meteorologist david bernard from our miami, florida, station wfor. dave, tell us what you know. >> reporter: all right, good morning, bob. all right the weather is starting to affect the mid-atlantic states and the outer ban
. john, what's the latest? >> well, sandy is a hurricane, marginal, category one, with 75-mile-an-hour winds, a little better than 300 miles away from cape hatteras. here's what the weather looks like for us. we had the cold front to the west and all that moisture coming up from the south from sandy. but it's kind of held down to the extreme southeast virginia, the mouth of the chesapeake bay. we've had a very nice afternoon this afternoon so far. let's switch over to our main computer and here are the various tracks. we still got a variety of solutions, but most of them converge on new jersey. i want to kind of focus now, instead of having two or three of these little spinning symbols about where various models talk, the three main models, the european, the g.f.s. and the nam are coming in at the same place, central or northern new jersey, and in the predawn hours on tuesday, all right? and the strongest weather will be before the makes landfall. the storm will be coming in from the east, too, not from the south, but from the east. that looks like we're really beginning to foc
with the chairman. we go to annapolis, one of those places that floods on a rainy night. >> let's check in with john hanrahan who is live now. >> on the city dock itself, though high tide occurred just a few minutes ago at 6:01:00 p.m.. as you can see, the water water the below the dock. the wind is blowing sort of from downtown annapolis through the chesapeake bay, and i'm guessing it's pushing some of the some of the water outward. for the first high tide, we do not have a problem in annapolis. at least in downtown annapolis, there's water on some of the streets. the water is not over the docks. we had a problem in license couple, maryland, near the bwi airport. a tree dame down on temperature of a house. people were in the house, and first responders came there. luckily no one in the house was injured injured. trees are coming down in ann arundel county. at least there's not widespread flooding, because the wind is pushing the water away from the city. >> john let me ask you, we see folks out there walking around. is this -- do we know what's going on? locks like a number of people out there. do
impact with rob roblin and david collins and we begin with john collins in the weather center. what are the latest models predicting? >> the main event is still a couple of days away so the weekend, we will see some of the effects but the real blast comes the start of next week. sandy has been downgraded in the past 20 minutes to a tropical storm, it's a technical thing. winds are down to 70 miles an hour. before they downgraded it, the winds were 75. it's a minor thing and it's possible the storm will pick up strength again. the center of the storm will run over the gulf stream which is warm water so sandy will fluctuate wind-wise over the next couple of days. the two elements of storm on the radar, sandy, wide swath of rain from cape hatteras to the coast of florida and we have the other element, the cold front to the northwest with rains reaching from ohio and kentucky and tennessee. they all come together over us and we will see the first hint of this maybe tonight and better chance tomorrow and the real show starts monday and tuesday. more on the forecast coming up. >> with the
and george lettis. let's begin with meteorologist john collins in the weather center. >> the latest models are hunkering down. all week last week we had one model in particular, the european, set as coming right into our area. that's still the case. the other models have come more to that conclusion. the current hurricane is off the florida coast. here's the latest model. forget the friday written there. most of the models take the storm in somewhere around new jersey and that time frame would be somewhere monday afternoon into the early hours on tuesday. so that would put the strongest winds north of maryland, excuse me, in the chesapeake bay area but by no means does that mean the storm misses us. it's still a very powerful storm with very significant winds. the models are coming to a conclusion that somewhere on the delmarva or up to long island would be the best landfall possibility. at various times anywhere from monday afternoon to early tuesday morning. any of these solutions give us fits as far as the weather's concerned but again that would toss the strongest winds and heaviest ra
feyerick is on the south shore of long island and lyndon hurst. john berman is in lower manhattan. brian todd is covering rehoboth beach which is in delaware and sandra endo is still in maryland. we'll bring you updates from philadelphia mayor michael nutter, maryland governor martin o'malley, all of them will check in with us as well this morning. let's tell you where we are, lower manhattan, this is houston street. if you were to go down this way, you'd hit the fdr. if you were watching last night, the fdr drive flooded, very, very unusual. what we can see behind me, behind this downed branch, further back, is more flooding as we head down toward the fdr. much of the flooding in those evacuation zones. these apartment buildings behind me had been evacuated. evacuation zone. of course, flooding a big problem. the good news here it's actually receded a fair amount. the flooding where i was standing the water was coming up to here. it's back maybe 50 yards. so that's some good news. it's happening slowly and we're expecting as the day progresses that the water will go out and recede. up t
in the huntington area. >> john gonzalez is in that area, which floods often. >> a lot of nervous residents in the huntington section of alexandria, virginia. some are breathing a sigh of relief for now. fairfax county police and fire have set up an emergency command post in the shopping center off huntington ave. there's rescue equipment trucks, and even a city bus used to assist those evacuated last night. more than 100 homes along cameron run in alexandria were forced to evacuate. about 125 homes. this is a low-lying area, very prone to flooding. there have been a number of serious flooding problems in recent years. many of the residence and spent thousands and thousands of dollars to repair their damaged basements. the water level got as high as 6 feet, which is right entry- level. the fire department did shut off power to much of the neighborhood during the height of the storm as a precaution. fortunately, we are told in no major flooding at this time. the water level at this morning at cameron run is at four feet but we are still getting a good amount of rainfall and wind. we are told
will be our guest. virginia governor bob mcdonnell. john berman is live in battery park, lower manhattan. expecting big storm surge there. rob marciano has the forecast but also is live in asbury park, new jersey. sandra endo is in ocean city in maryland. you've seen the deteriorating weather conditions there. george howell in kill devil hills, north carolina, on the outer banks. has for hours now. let's begin with rob marciano for the latest on what sandy is doing right now. when she is expected to make landfall, and how it will be all the way through. rob? >> good morning, again, soledad. the center of sandy is about 380 miles southeast of -- of new york city. the wind field expanding. we've got 800 miles of tropical storm force winds that will be battering this coastline. and just in the last hour, winds and rain have picked up here along the jersey shore. satellite pictures showed you just how immense this storm system is. second only to hurricane olga. but tied now with the 1938 historic hurricane, the long island express, as far as barometric pressure goes. historic event unfolding
in brooklyn and in lower manhattan as well. john berman is in battery park. got coastal flooding from hurricane irene. this time around it's expected to be significantly worse? >> significantly worse. they're saying the storm surge could be 6 to 11 feet higher. there was a study out of column brie ye bum bee yeah university saying had storm surge been 1 foot higher, it would have cost an additional $50 billion in damage. a storm surge 2 feet higher would come up to my knees, flood the subway system, the electrical grid. mayor michael bloomberg said he's considering shutting down two electrical networks taking out power to 17,000 people. but it could be much higher than that. it's early calm, as it should be. people are staying in about 76 storm shelters where they've gone to hotels or to crash with friends. mayor michael bloomberg almost begged people to get out of their home. let's listen. >> i can't stress enough this is for your own safety. if you refuse to evacuate, you're not only putting yourself at risk but first responders who will have to assist you in an emergency. >> now, a
, known for picking winners. i went to franklin county, central part of the state with governor john kasich about his concerns. now we're in ham milton county, in cincinnati, ohio. voters in this election will come down yet again to one thing, the economy. >> if our government isn't leading by example then it doesn't set a good example for business to follow. bill: justin cooper runs the recycling business his great-grandfather started almost 90 years ago. his vote is all about his company. >> they said four for four years they will invest nor and more here at home and we haven't seen that. bill: cooper will vote for mitt romney. peggy shannon's cookie business is that rare example of a startup that is thrived in the great recession. after just two years, she is now moving to a larger building but the economy remains her concern. >> from a professional standard you think this is a pretty big investment. are we ever going to get our money back and i'm not sure actually but i think you have to have faith in the economy and faith in america. bill: she has a positive attitude during an e
to the set with john bussey. we are looking at how the jobs we in the private sector are shaping up. gear shaping up to be the biggest gain since february, a very big and important move. if you get a paper paycheck, their name could be at bottom it, private sector numbers, obviously, and it is one that we obviously watched to predict what going on. they recently redid how they figures this out and trying to make it look like labor department numbers. >>shepard: the markets liked what it heard, we are up triple digits. >>gerri: the new york stock exchange c.e.o. trying to get everything back on track and they are using backup generators down this, so, having a few issues, traders still having trouble with cell phones internet access and we will see how it goes and hopefully it will be under control soon. >>shepard: i cannot keep my eyes off these photos coming in. this is in queens at the rockaways, eight or nine miles from that place at breezy point where the houses burned, the rockaways you may remember there was a bad plane crash william after the attacks of 9/11 when we were skittish a
in the skies, but we begin with john collins. he has a look at today's forecast. sandy has moved out almost completely, right? >> we're still getting the edges of the storm, what is left of sandy, because it is not a hurricane anymore. it is over the mountains of pennsylvania, spinning in causing a variety of issues. we still have some shower activity in chesapeake bay and in higher elevations there is a lot of snow. west virginia and western maryland especially. we have had a couple of reports mixed in with the generally light rain we have mixed in in our area. as far as flooding is concerned, generally the area has warnings and watches throughout the entire area for both coastal flooding and for flooding from some rivers and streams. we are not getting the heavy rains we had yesterday, but we are still getting the aftermath of what those rains were about. when we talk about title flooding both for the chesapeake bay and the delaware bay, today, 2-4 foot tidal step above ground at high tide. now, we have passed titi this morning. we're going to having another high tide this evening. the wi
... councilman john olszewski: new jobs and a stronger economy. endorsed by the naacp, police and firefighters small business owner: good jobs... teacher: and better schools construction worker: vote for question seven. >> it was quite a storm yesterday. the wind was anywhere between 40 and 70 miles per hour. wheat was still get some rain today -- we will still get some rain today. up to a foot of snow in some places in the mountains. garrett county, 70% of the county is without power. they have the heavy wet snow. that was technically a blizzard . in frederick, you guys may see some snowflakes. it will generally be cold rain around baltimore. we still have a breeze kicking up. that puts the wind chills in the 30's. we will add a couple of degrees as we go to the afternoon. i still think it could get over 30 miles per hour winds. but the wind will be settling down and the rain showers will be tapering off. there is solid area of rain across the state and snow in the mountains. scattered light rain showers by this evening. windy in chilly today. wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour. temperatures
of annapolis have already seen flooding. not as bad as it could be. john harion taking a look at things. >> john? >> reporter: high tide is not scheduled until 6:01, just under an hour from now. as you can see the water is not a particular problem. it's a foot and a half to 2 feet below. just an hour or so ago, there were people still strolling around. the wind has stiffnd, coming in at 25 to 35 miles per hour with some gusts higher, and now there's virtually no one out, at least in this part of annapolis. there are occasional cars cruising by a. couple of bars are open. but all stores and services are closed. about 80% of the gas stations about two hours ago when we cruiseed the town looking for diesel fuel from our truck, 80% of the gas stations were closed. there's some flooding in low- lying parts of anne arundel county, and there are road closures. here's a list, river road, south of harrell harbor closed because of standing water. defense highway, which is route 450 at stevens church road. that's the crossen area. the road is closed. one more for you. near the border of prince ge
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domestic security team. that's john brennan. janet napolitano, and then of course chris fugate who is the head of fema but he was brought in as sort of -- he was jeb bush's head of emergency planning in florida during that period, if you recall, when florida went through four hurricanes. all of the other states didn't seem to do it and this guy was seen as nonpartisan super emergency management person, if you will. and that's the guy running fema. the president is getting constant updates. you've got to wait it out. you've got to find out a middle storm. and you're managing and brought everything in and waiting for the storm to pass to figure out, okay, how bad is the cleanup? right now it's just hunker down. >> hold on. we got an update. sandy is now a post tropical cyclone, still very powerful and expected to make landfall in one hour right near us. let me show you a picture. this is chris christie who is affected by this situation. he's speaking very positively of a democratic president. >> i thank the president for his telephone call inquiring about how things were going here a
stronger. it is nasty. it is cold rain. it is a cold hurricane. i have never heard of that before. john collins and tom tasselmyer are talking about that. you do not very often see a hurricane and blizzard mixed into one. you do not want to go out unless you have to. we have come out in it to let you know. we will not do anything that will cause ourselves injuries. we want to let you know what the conditions are like so you can be aware of what is going on. we're at larry williams' home. we are at the end of wilson point. the wind is picking up. the good news is the wind is blowing the water away. that is great news for the people live here. rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> hopefully the wind will continue to blow the water away. you never know what tomorrow brings. >> we're going to check in with david collins in queen anne's county. what is going on? >> the effects of the storm seemed to have grown in intensity. you can hear the wind. it sounds like an ocean wave crashing on the shore. the wind has picked up the driving rain. sometimes it looks like there is a fire hose spraying the bo
it approach. for more on the expected track, let's go to john collins at the weatherboard. >> here is the track and timing. the wind is 75 miles an hour. that is a minor hurricane at this stage. that is the dramatic --. metric pressure. that is the barometric pressure. the storm is 270 miles away from cape hatteras traveling to the northeast. it will make landfall somewhere between new york city and ocean city. the favored spot appears to be southern jersey. it will then head into pennsylvania. we have watches and warnings. starting late tonight, a flood watch. tomorrow, a high wind warning. all day monday and tuesday, a combination of coastal flood advisories changing to warnings. we will have more on the specifics coming up in a few minutes. >> we have live team coverage from all over the area. residents along the coast are already experiencing hurricane sandy. >> we begin with sheldon dutes onejowins us live with hel some residents are preparing. >> the rain has been coming down for the past 30 minutes. the wind has been steady. we caught up with folks in the city and county get
coverage in annapolis. >> john gonzalez has the latest. >> we can tell you and has been raining hard for several hours in annapolis. not only is the arraignment picking up, but the wind. the gusts are more frequent here on main street in annapolis. many merchants said the sandbags down on the weekends. they have put their outdoor patio furniture in doors, making sure everything is safe. there were many warnings over the weekend. the mayor advising not only the business owners but the residents here to evacuate if they can today as soon as possible. it has been raining hard several hours already. the chesapeake river has not jumped its banks yet. by this drain is clogged with fall leaves. that will pose a problem. we're not even dealing with the high tide get in annapolis. this is an area that knows well what happens when there's bad flooding. some businesses over here have not only set down the sandbags, but have also put congress on the windows. the rain is really coming down at this hour. the wind picking outup. -- businesses have put protection over the windows. you can see of th
atlantic to the midwest. and it is not over yet. >> new jersey governor chris christie with us. our john miller is live in the nypd emergency command center. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener your world in 90 seconds. >> we knew this would be a great dangerous storm and the storm met our expectations. >> new york city is under sea right now. >> storm of the century. >> sandy slams into the northeast leaving millions ofle without power. at least 16 people dead. >> damage estimates are in the billions up and down the east coast. water rushing into the battery tunnel as well as lower manhattan. >> massive fire already decide dozens of homes in queens. >> nyu hospital forced to evacuate. everybody is rolling up their leaves and pitching in. >> land city the storm wiping out a huge section of the historic boardwalk. >> a giant crane snapped. that's a crane that's still dangles over streets of new york city. >> facade after building crashed into a street. >> oh, my gosh. we can set up offices inside a restaurant. police officer came by and tol
to be rescued. >>> let's now go to battery park city in new york city. that's where john berman is. john, i understand it's getting worse there. >> reporter: i'm standing in water now, carol. just a few minutes ago, the water came up over this seawall right behind me, started lapping in. and now i'm standing in about four inches of water. this is part of the evacuation zone in lower manhattan. you can see why. some 370,000 people evacuated from certain areas in new york city. low lying areas. moved to hotels. moved to their friends' houses, to 76 shelters that have been set up around the city. this is the reason why. they're expecting a storm surge here of some 6 to 11 feet when the storm really starts hitting at high tide tonight. that's about 8:50 tonight. it's high tide right now. a little bit past high tide right now. this is just a small taste of what's to come. frankly, i would have thought we would have started seeing this water recede soon because we're past high tide. but it might be that the storm surge is coming in at a faster rate than the tide is receding. and this is a real ri
happened. john bolton outraged that the united states is not allowed to speak with him yet. >> it is outragous beyond belief that the tunisian government will not allow us to have acess. i don't know what the supply of foreign aid going into tunisia is now, i would look at a substantial reduction if they don't cooperate. >> gretchen: the state department hasn't said why it hasn't gotten acess to the suspect. justice in the murder of briantery. the suspect pled guilty to first-degree murder. he admitted to being part of the group the u.s.. they'll not seek the death penalty. the suspect said the weapons were hidep for them on the u.s. side of the border much two of the weapons were linked to the botched fast and furious operation. nine men in florida busted for betting on pee wee football. it involved coaches with extensive criminal records. the parents were spotted exchanging money. some wagers were as much as $100,000. >> on pee wee football. >> gretchen: everybody knows his name. ♪ george wince was hospitalized after having chest pace. he was supposed to be in the produ
begin our mega coverage, my colleague, john berman is down in battery park city, which pretty well can be expected to get battered as the namesake is. sandy is turning towards the shore and picking up speed. give me a bit of a read from your location. >> reporter: it's really been an interesting place to be all morning. about two hours ago, i was standing in 8 inches of water right here. it was up past my ankles. what happened was after high tide here in morning, there was a small storm surge. the water came up over this seawall right here and began to flood this area. this is the evacuation zone in lower manhattan, some 370,000 people have been told to get out from here and also the other boroughs in new york city to evacuate, get to a friend's place uptown, get to a hotel or to one of the 76 emergency evacuation centers throughout the city. they're expecting a storm surge of anywhere between six and 11 feet. that's a lot. we saw at high tide this morning it come over the wall here, that was a mere fraction of what it will be tonight at about 8:50. that's high tide tonight. with this
the spokeor martin o'malley ago.ours john gonzales is in annapolis. you guys have been talking about this massive storm moving inland. we are feeling the effect in annapolis. intensifying and has been strong for several hours. it is the wind that is really picking up. the big concern in annapolis a low-lying area prone tidal andg is the coastal flooding around the area. we are told that the tidal could reach 3 feet. we're getting the strongest long we have had all day rightey are happening now. s been concern in the area. people todid advise evacuate. there is no mandatory evacuation annapolis but that could change. the businesses have set up sandbags but also the big tarps and covers and putting n glass windows and doors prevent them from breaking. you can see the covers on the bb bank. residents realized what happened in 2003 with hurricane where this entire area water.er 6 feet of there is an area just the road, meadows, no power at this hour. hunt meadows. high tide is at 6:00 this evening and the one following around 6:00 tomorrow morning. >> thanks very much. as far as schools
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for paribas. >> 2000 officers working -- preparedness. >> 2000 officers working overnight. john is standing by. >> the storm is 250, 260 miles to the east, southeast of baltimore at this time. they have been talking about for a week how the storm is going to behave. landfall coming sometime late tonight, early on tuesday. this thing may come on land in the evening hours this evening, throwing heavy rain bands now, coming in, the heaviest of them to the west of baltimore, out in frederick, west of washington, d.c. at this time. the rain around the center does not look that impressive, it is too far away to give a picture of the rain that is active. but there is plenty of rain coming in and we will continue to see what we have been getting for some time. how much rain to expect? rainfall will be somewhere around 4 inches to 8 inches. wind gusts are already up near 60 over the open waters of the atlantic's. 90 miles per hour winds at the center of the storm. the storm is taking aim, as the track indicates, on the a atlantic coastline sometime after 8:00 tonight, with the storm moving rapidly to t
from their homes. more might be forced to escape today. john gonzalez has live coverage in huntington. what is the situation? >> for now, this morning, and weary residents in the huntington section of alexandria virginia, are breathing a sigh of relief but we're not out of the woods. we are still getting a good amount of rainfall and there's still a high tide coming around 9:00 this morning. fairfax county police and fire have set up an emergency command post. there's even a city bus that helped to evacuate people during the height of the storm last night. 125 homes along cameron run in alexandria were ordered to leave the area. this is a low-lying area, very prone to flooding. in fact, there have been a number of serious flood problems in recent years here. many of the residents have spent thousands of dollars trying to repair damaged basements. the water level got as high as 6 feet, which is at street level. the fire department did shut off power to much of the neighborhood as a precaution last night. but this morning we are told, fortunately, no reports of any serious flooding. the
with us, coming up next on 11 news, john, carrie and the sunday gardener in." >> it's time to feed the beads and squirrels but we want something that gives all the time. >> how about berries. that's natural bird food. >> we will talk about it with sunday garde >> good morning and welcome to your sunday gardener" i'm john collins along with carrie engel. we like to feed the birds and animals and the most common is the bird feeder. this time of year you can feed the birds and squirrels. they love indian corn and it's pretty. >> a more permanent solution, how about berries on your bushes on your landscape, beauty and function in one place. >> it's there all the time. heats talk about berries in the yard. >> this time of year, shrubs are berrying. this is my burnham called winter torque with a nice dark berry on it. back here we have holly. there are two hollies planted in the same pot. >> you need a male, female to get the berries. >> so plant them together and you have constant cross pollination. >> outstanding. how big does the bush get? >> 20, 30 feet. >> eight to 10 tall, six to 1
york city in battery park, that is at the southern tip of manhattan where john was, one of the lowest points in the city. the rain is starting to pick up. the promenade -- live pictures. you can see the statue of liberty very vaguely. there she is. but, not where you would normally see people riding their bikes, walking their dogs, expected to be swallowed by a wall of water 6 feet high. we have a dozen reporters stationed along the coastline. we will begin with janice dean who will start us off with a big picture. reporter: 60 million people. the angle of the storm is going to bring storm surge is one of the most vulnerable cities in the united states. new york city, the jersey shoreline, southern connecticut, you are in line for a storm surge that could be record-setting. what it is is a pileup of water. counterclockwise winds move inland. it is going to pile all of this water up into this horrible, extraordinarily vulnerable shoreline. that is our big concern. storm surge kills more people, makes more damage than winds are heavy rain. storm surge is what we are really concerned wit
apple work on improvements. also out apple's widely criticized 3 tel store chief john browett he is leaving after only nine months on the job. >> today we are bringing phones into the windows family with windows on eight. >> that was microsoft ceo steve balmer. microsoft held a press conference to reveal its new smart flag flown. running on the windows 08 platform. the device to be of the market by november. >> google is getting into it as well unveiling a fleet of new nexus devices with a slot on and the tablets market. for starters there is a nexus for smart phone from lg with a 4.7 is displayed. fog in charge of on on a line down charges surfaced. on the tablets side the latest person of the next seven will be offering 16 and 32 gb versions for the same price as was previously announced. more storage for the same price. google with larger with the next 10 tablets. the company calls it the ultimate taboo for watching movies to read magazines. in fact thanks to this team is sprinkled counts the highest resolution tellablet on the planet. and yes it is more resolutions on been on
that theme. i want to pick up there as we turn to the democratic governor of battleground, colorado, john hickenlooper and the republican governor, paul ryan's home state of wisconsin, scott walker. governors, welcome back to "meet the press," both of you. >> glad to be back. >> both states are pretty tight here, pretty remarkable is tight as well, good news for romney. a rrn hasn't won your state since 1984. and in colorado, governor hickenlooper, look at our latest polling from nbc news and marist. 48-48. i know talking to the obama campaign. i know they think it's not that close, but they know it's tight. governor hickenlooper, you start, what's decisive? what tips the scales in your state and in this election? >> well i think if you look at the mess that president obama inherited and i mean losing 800,000 jobs a month, month after month, the first few months of his presidency. he's turned it around, got 32 months of job creation, 5.2 million jobs. the national export initiative, exports were up 38%. i think people are going to hear that and i think they're going to recognize that gove
and a.j. price starting in place of john wall, also trevor ariza, owe meek okafor and trevor wheeler. the home game is this -- omeca okafor and trevor wheeler. the home game is this saturday. >>> we've got a lot calmer weather coming up including for halloween. our temperature tomorrow after a chilly start of 39 degrees we get up to about 54. it will be cool but not windy or wet, thursday cloud, 56 degrees. it looks like we're fairly settled, maybe a couple light showers monday at 57 degrees and tuesday big election day looks like it will be 59 degrees. we'll take a more extended look at weather for voting here coming up in the next 30 minutes or so. back to you. >> keep it right here. our new special fox 5 news edge you decide 2012 is coming up next. talking local national politics and the issues. see you in a second.  [ earnest ] out of the blue one day, we were told to build a 30-foot stage. gathered the guys and we built that 30-foot stage, not knowing what it was for. just days later, all three shifts were told to assemble in the warehouse. a group of people walked ou
. speaking of streaks, john's hopkins continues its dominance of the mid atlantic. the blue jays behind 238 yards rushing from jonathan ragot. hopkins now 8-0 on the season and that's a look at sports. i'm pete gilbert. we'll see you at 6:00. >> 5:55 and 59 degrees at b.w.i. here's a look ahead to our next hour of 11 news sunday morning. >> getting ready for sandy. how fells point is preparing for the hurricane. i'm jennifer franciotti, details are next. >> we'll take you step by step on what we expect in maryland through monday and tuesday. stay tuned. >> early voters met with long lines at the ballot. could sandy be the reason? wooohooo....hahaahahaha! oh...there you go. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! i'm gonna stand up to her! no you're not. i know. you know ronny folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than a witch in a broom factory. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11, live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news sunday morning. >> bracing for sandy from the
states. anncr: and so do elected leaders of both parties... councilman john olszewski: new jobs and a stronger economy. endorsed by the naacp, police and firefighters small business owner: good jobs... teacher: and better schools construction worker: vote for question seven. denny's everyday value slam egis four dollars every day. wait, is that right? eggs, bacon, pancakes. yeah. that's right. the four dollar everyday value slam. only four dollars every day. only at denny's. >>> all right, a blizzard warning remains in effect today for western maryland, all thanks to superstorm sandy. >> it's unbelievable. you have to see this video. while we were mostly seeing the rain, look what they're dealing with in western maryland, we're talking two to three feet of snow, certainly creating a big mess and a lot of cleanup for people out there. now, this is what it looks like in garrett county. snowy conditions. it shut down a portion, actually, a huge portion, we're talking a 50-mile stretch of interstate 66 between maryland and west virginia. truckers were basically stranded and the dri
. >> the wind is really picking up and so is the rain. i told you about susan st. john. violetville lost power around 1:30. it's still off. jack patterson. power has been off in oberle since 12:30. and my dear friend who is a historian beyond belief says the last time 95, 40 and route 1 closed, shut do, june of 1972, hurricane agnes. >> wow. >> how old were you back then in >> i was minus -- no. >> he was young. >> i was about 22 back then. >> and out ourages again. still keeping an eye on that situation. 28,000 and still the most right now in baltimore county. but we will continue to keep an eye on that situation. obviously we'll see that increase with the winds picking up. let's check in with wyatt now. jamie, you mentioned agnes. it's a comparable, but really we have nothing to compare this to. if you took agnes and blended that with that perfect storm back in 1991, that convergence of storms over the north atlantic and brought that in to maryland, delaware and new jersey, that's what you'd have. this was at midnight as sandy was moving in. we will have a couple more 3d animations to show y
: john fakara is the editor in chief of mad magazine, which believe it or not turns 60 this year. >> you wanted to do romney boo-boo >> reporter: he has been at the magazine for 32 years. >> we are the guys that were sitting in the cafeteria making fun of everybody. shooting milk out of our nose and doing all those other things. we just get paid for it now. i mean that's basically it. >> reporter: make fun of everything. that's pretty much the credo of mad. from film spoofs of jaws to those twilight vampire movies. to pot shots at politicians of all stripes. here's president richard nixon and vice president spiro agnew, famously dressed up like the con men from the sting. young readers weren't just getting a good laugh. they were learning to read between the punch lines. >> the thing about mad that's always been great and it's our one threat to the years is to question authority. to realize that most people are lying to you. even if they don't mean to >> mad readers knew that an ad for cigarettes was kind of a joke. a sick one. >> only to expose pomposity and dumbness and hidden agendas.
washington, d.c. reporter said about all of this. john mccain. >> for days and days they told the american people something that had no basis in fact whatsoever. that is the president of the united states. also, by the way, he said he immediately ordered action to be taken. no action was taken over seven hours now. we find out the secretary of defense decided not to take any action. said the other day this is as bad as watergate but i said nobody died in watergate. this is massive coverup or not acceptable service to american people. >> dana: it doesn't matter election, they will continue to be on this to find out information. a hearing is scheduled for november 15. one of your old pals, i don't know. i guess i can't call her an old pal. she said this is basically a made up story. >> greg: the definition of a made-up story to eleanor cliff, won the fnc beater two reading theth bitter column by maureen dowd. hood ornament of the main stream media. refusing to acknowledge a real scandal. how is she an intel expert? if she was special agent cliff, somehow related to somebody killed, after cal
of the joint cheats and secretary of state and senator john mccain looks at this and said clearly the administration acted this way to hide something. >> this is a classic scandal where almost every day and another shoe drops. i think it could be bad as water gate and one of our veterans said no one died in water gate. they have a point. >> yesterday white house press secretary jay carny said the president is anticipating the results of the f.b.i.'s investigation. back to you. >> gretchen: just to carry this story further. we saw the spokesperson for the state department said that the highest level of people were involved in this. i am not so sure that is a good admission to make. if the highest people were involved including the secretary of state and secretary of defense and possibly the vice-president and president, and all of this happened on their watch. i am not sure it is good to admit. >> steve: it is clrer and clearer that mistakes were made leading up to it and that night as well and what do they do. big election. let's go ahead and have a cover up now they are stone wal
. house speaker john tweeted mayb president obama can do. both capped dates will be cam -- candidates will be campaigning today in the make or break swing state of ohio. reporting live alison burns ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a new ktvu field poll shows a dramatic shift in how californians say they will vote on proposition 34. the proposed repeal of the state's death penalty. it shows a sudden rise in support for proposition 34. 45% of likely voters say they will vote yes. 38% say they will vote no. 17% of voters remain undecided on that proposition. now prop 34 would eliminate the death penalty in california and replace it with life in prison without the possibility of parole. supporters of prop 34 says keeping hundreds of inmates on death row costs the state millions of dollars every year. they also point to the cases where people convicted of murder were later found to be innocent. opponents of prop 34 call ate slap in the face to the family of murder victims. >> hey. what are you doing right now? >> i just came from voting. >> coming up at 6:45 how a group of bay area students are tr
tonight. far from full strength, but the season has arrived. the wizards are in cleveland without john wall who is still at least a month away from returning. and nene who continues to struggle with plantar fasciitis. something has been bothering him for a long time of since the olympics. we've without their point guard and center, randy whitman feels like his team has been making strides. >> i thought we got a lot done this preseason. even with our guys out. and that was indicative of how we play, the intensity we played with. the togetherness we played with for the most part. and i thought that was a step where we left off last year. >> you look back with this team through the preseason. guys have stepped up. i'm not going to think too far down the line. take it one day at a time as cliche as that is. i'm not forward into the season. the only thing i'm toward right now is tomorrow's practice and then the game on tuesday. >> the redskins corner back deangelo hall is facing discipline from the nfl which could include a suspension for his outburst near the end of the game. he was eject
... and not other states. anncr: and so do elected leaders of both parties... councilman john olszewski: new jobs and a stronger economy. endorsed by the naacp, police and firefighters small business owner: good jobs... teacher: and better schools construction worker: vote for question seven. >> sandy has been wreaking havoc on the east coast, but also stirring up trouble on the campaign. the candidates have canceled a lot of events, but trying to get back on schedule. nikole killion is in washington with that story. >> the white house says the president will travel to new jersey wednesday to serve a storm damage, for going campaign events for a third straight day. president obama did not take questions on his campaign schedule at the red cross. instead he kept his focus on sandy. >> obviously this is something that is heartbreaking for the entire nation. >> the president has been hunkered down at the white house for the past two days, tracking the storm response. he canceled events in ohio, where the vice president said he might return to a normal stump schedule. >> we will resume our schedule i
. that will track west through the northern suburbs bringing heavy rain. take a look at some of the graphics john collins has been busy putting together. you can see the offshore clouds and swirl. if it were not such a problem, if you could say it is gorgeous. it is an amazing storm system coming together. it has not transitioned fully from tropical to extra-tropical. we have been talking about how it will be a superstar. it is holding on to a lot of the tropical characteristics. it is starting to lose the wraparound convection. the higher clouds have diminished as it moves inland. still a powerful storm. these are the wind speeds. in the atlantic, the wind speeds died down. that is an estimate of where the eye was. it is racing ahead of the computer models. i think it is closer to shore. you can give a feeling for where the wind diminishes near the eye of the storm. 35 miles an hour in ocean city. 58 mile an hour gusts in delaware gusting to almost 60 in atlantic city. almost 70 near the eye of the storm. 54 mile an hour gusts at the air force base. the gusts are topping 50 miles an hour around
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